Nazarova (second from the right) with the Russian relay team at the 2010 World Indoor Championships in Doha.
May 26, 1979 [1 ] [2 ]
1.71 m (5 ft
7 in) 1⁄ 2
61 kg (134 lb)
4 × 400m Relay
Natalya Viktorovna Nazarova ( Russian: Наталья Викторовна Назарова, born May 26, 1979) is a track and field sprinter.
She was born in
Moscow. Following a personal best time of 49.65 seconds run a fortnight earlier, Natalya had lost form by the start of the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, Greece, and only just made the final finishing 8th. She did get a silver in the relay.
She finished fourth at the 2003
On January 8, 2004 Natalya Nazarova broke the sixteen-year-old indoor
world record for the rarely run 500 m in a time of 1:07.36. that had been set by Olga Nazarova (no relation).
Major achievements [ edit ]
World Junior Championships -
400 m gold medal
4 × 400 m relay silver medal
World Indoor Championships - Budapest, Hungary.
400 m gold medal
4 × 400 m relay gold medal in world record 3:23.88
Russian Championships - Tula.
Russian Indoor Championships
400 m gold medal in national record 49.68 s.
References [ edit ]
External links [ edit ]
1991: Germany (
Seuser, Schreiter, Hesselbarth, Breuer) 1993: Jamaica (
Hemmings, Grant, Rattray-Williams, Richards) 1995: Russia (
Chebykina, Ruzina, Kulikova, Goncharenko) 1997: Russia (
Chebykina, Goncharenko, Kotlyarova, Alekseyeva) 1999: Russia (
Chebykina, Goncharenko, Kotlyarova, Nazarova) 2001: Russia (
Nosova, Zykina, Sotnikova, Kotlyarova) 2003: Russia (
Antyukh, Pechonkina, Zykina, Nazarova) 2004: Russia (
Krasnomovets, Kotlyarova, Levina, Nazarova) 2006: Russia (
Levina, Nazarova, Krasnomovets, Antyukh) 2008: Russia (
Gushchina, Levina, Nazarova, Zykina) 2010: United States (
Dunn, Trotter, Hastings, Felix) 2012: Great Britain (
Cox, Sanders, Ohuruogu, Shakes-Drayton)